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W: Hokkaido Bank Curling Classic
M: Hokkaido Bank Curling Classic
W: Cape Cod Wheelchair Summerspiel
: Australian Mixed Curling Championship
M: Australian Mens Curling Championship
W: Australian Womens Curling Championship
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Derek Corbett

Born: Feb 8, 1991
in Rochester, New York
Resides: Rochester, New York
Throws: Left
Profession: Graduate Student, SUNY-Environmental Science and Forestry
High School: Allendale Columbia School
College/University: SUNY-Environmental Science and Forestry
In Own Words:
I love the sport of curling and have the goals of competing in adult world competition representing the United States. I take curling extremely seriously and challenge myself to be the very best curler I can be every time I step on the ice. I hope that this diligence and dedication will be enough to lead me to achieve the goals I have set for myself.[cr][lf]I also love coaching and nurturing future competitive curlers. I regularly coach at Junior camps and adult clinics. [cr][lf]My two favorite parts about curling are the necessity for teamwork and sweeping.
Curling Highlights:
U.S. National Championships, 2014.[cr][lf]U.S. Challenge Round, 2009.[cr][lf]
Junior Highlights:
World Junior Championships: 2012 (5th).[cr][lf]U.S. Junior Men's National Championships: 2012 (1st), 2011 (2nd), 2010 (5th), 2008 (2nd), 2006 (7th).[cr][lf]GNCC Junior Championships: 2008 (runner-up), 2006.

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W: Hokkaido Bank Curling Classic
M: Hokkaido Bank Curling Classic
W: Cape Cod Wheelchair Summerspiel
: Australian Mixed Curling Championship
M: Australian Mens Curling Championship
W: Australian Womens Curling Championship
Eastern Time (ET)
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Final Order of Merit Changes Announced

After months of consultation with players and key partners in the sport, the World Team Ranking Order of Merit system changes have been announced for the 2018/19 curling season.

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